Embattled Whitewater principals Jim Guy Tucker and James McDougal received a bit of coal in their stockings from Senator Alfonse D'Amato. The two are part of a crowd of sixteen who received subpoenas from the Whitewater committee chairman for documents concerning Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan. Arkansas Governor Tucker, along with James and Susan McDougal, are already under federal indictment for their roles in the failure of the savings and loan at the heart of the Whitewater controversy. "The committee is now moving into the Arkansas phase of its investigation," D'Amato wrote in issuing the subpoenas. "We will continue to gather the relevant facts. We will be fair, thorough and impartial." Fairness was a concern to McDougal, who said he would be happy to appear before the panel and take a lie detector test, but wants D'Amato to do the same. He challenged the Senator to "take a lie detector test concerning his family connections with the Mafia." A D'Amato spokesman would only say that the senator "continues to be committed to getting the facts and finding the truth."